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KE O KUK: MO#74 Y MORMSG, SKP OFFICIAL PAPER OF TH8 CITY Bv TH* EARS.—The %"lMt than the one now proposed." To this the Burlington pap»»rs Ihave been stimulating tlif ill will of everyf Jplace Within the range of their inttfienoe,! Putindenler siiys th:it ^ivW»Lr!trfr0m th' thy i 1er s(kTy Keokuk. To thin end they have in- i .tgre'jtorfered to mar, if possible, every Railroad Jproject requiring concert «f aetion between, *#•'r^eokr.u.k aml othpr pin" v'the s in the State. And citizens of Burlington lis* e followed up i •*f Ah is policy by sending delegations to ull i v in th? Interior, from time to time, to i -Operate upon the mind.* of the people and •tir up their hostility against Keokuk, am! in many cases to propose humbug projects of Kailroade to Burlington. Thus, when an attempt was made, some two years ago, to unite the Northern and Southern portion* of Lee county upon a ^Vestern Railroad with one branch to Fort JWadison, an another to Keokuk, Burlington exercised a potential influence to defeat it.— And when we first attempted to excite an in terest and raise subscription* in Van Buren and other localities, for the Keokuk and Ft. Dss Moines Road, Burlington orators ranged through tha country, and humbugged Birm ingham, Keosauqua, Iowaville, Salem and forty other places, with the notion that Bur lin ton was about to build a Railroad right through every one of those towns. While the strifo continued between Fort idison und Keokuk, Burlington wa* unre- MI..ugh «ind it(» superiority over all others. Now, however, Burlington has another oc casion for attempting a diversion against Keokuk, and in OTder to slacken the efforts of the people iu the Northern part of our coun ty in favor of the Kookuk and Muscatine Koad, she proposes in her usual style of humbug and bravado, to build a Road from liurlington to \S est Point, aud thereby steal the Fort Madison Road. Ipon this project Fort Madison and Bur- i right hearty good will, and we cannot better ••ntertain our readers than by giving them a ... lew specimens of the hostile bulletins which pass back and forth from thase redoubtable towns. A writer ia the Burlington pro- Augu-ta and Denmark.— them a much butter aud po« cd line aud at vill in ore speedy river and Chicago connection responds: \S ell, we declare, this fellow "desires the Burlington people to unite with him to Thin Writer is al# V licit i steal vur railroad. A road, the project of which, 'Originated iii tke luinds of the citizens of I ort Madison, and together with the |*eOjple along the line was carried into effect. very wide from the mark 'Fort Madison has done very little for the project." Now we in face! tua'l of this, venture the assertion, that Fort Mad* .4son has dune more for llailroads than anv Other"towii in the State of Iowa, in propor tion to its population, and that is not small fcnd we think hf i« counting without his host V hen he entertains the opinion that the stock holders "will heartily endorse this (his) tuovc luent. That a road from West Point to Burlin^ ion would secure the people of the southern tiur of countie* ''a much belter and pu ,colun,,ction U are fracticeas t0, 8,,rrv 'very alow pace, Thi* fact gives oar route in there is no other le^al thU particular, to say nothing of the other ad\antage-, and tin work already done on Slit road, a decided advitutuge. '1 he people of Fort Mad **ntertaui-il tlu an Attorney aw, in the Courts fudge Lowe, JLUOK RMOVAL.—The lington are pitching into each other with a Judg" was liaMe to bu impeached and rb- ffamkey, little contrtd over the cninstanee«i. th lar meeting of th" ^t•rkhuld^rK have it re^*, Itlfirly adoptt'd uh a brauch to thfir road. That a large number of the stockholders i Will heartily endorse this movement tin-re is I Ho doubt, and a large amount of stock can i- secured with little effort :tlon the hi* will H«'cure °L see the perfidy the Burlington operators. We should' 7mt '1M jrejoice to see i urt Mitdis^n issue a Declara tion of Independence. esterday Cajit. H-nry V. Md 'all, a mcm of the Louisiana Bar was admitted to 0# this State, by hi« Hon of the District Court now in JPrcsilent Hecm to meet with mam diflic In Sfder tocarry o**hi« purposes inKflflPa* he has recently removed .Judge Elmore. und appointed a successor on the Bench. No principle of free Government has -mk ceived more attention or found more honwet, courts of justice the mere creature* «f the ex ecutive power. Hence, to guard against tlnese evils, our Constitution made the Judieiftry entindy independent of the Executive depart ment of the Government. The attempt of Pierce Jo Rubvert the ind'j pendoncc of the Judiciary, will not be tamely Bubmittcd to, but will call forth a decision from the Supreme Court which will teud to check, in some degree, the rapid course of our Goverument to absorb hII power in the Execu tive head of the National Administration. "If ('omjresK hare power to create Tern- torial CavrU. of whuh no one doubts, it ham thepoirrr to fir the tenure of office. Thit beitty done, the Presidnit ha* "no more power to remove a Territorial Judye than he has to repeat a law. *uittiug in hor effort* to widen the breach, of our Government for the judges to be sub- overlooked, and the thirst of selfishness can land appeared as if she could not do and say fject to removal by the Executive. never be slaked. The reservoir of tha in favor of the Fort Madison Road! "This is a great question, although it can riu! b.-iM'h and jurwiwtion, it is necessary that the 'purchase monev i should hu\c belonged to the Jabez J. Piggatt, peal from Lee to. Affirmed. tence made, without any authority from com plainant, and not show such a state of facts complainant to the aid of a more p.peeuj river and CliiMtgo coun«ction," itt al- Ihat the appearance of an attorney !n I false. Ihe distance being su ucarlv equal) a cause is prima -^•uld render the eonnectiun in regard to. authority to do...go, nnd b»)fore his aot us realm one of the controlling elements of Speed the same, wcre^t not for the following couuscl can bo avoided, it is necessary to So Tobacco was kuown perhaps, fact. It is well known that the country for show in the bill that an injury resulted from throe centuries since, but it is a native of (several miles on the opposite side of the riv- such abearance. America and was not an article of regular *'r from Burlington i* low and marshy, and, That whei re an attorney appears in a commerce till within a century. AstONt«un, that the Burlington road in constructed over causo without authority, the person for whom Telegraphing, laguerr«otypin Kq^ways, llu distance with irunxel work, while the road such ajipcarance is made, if injured therein, antl Stereotyping, they were1 Unknown -#roiu this place to the connection is over a country above high-water mark, and is to be it first class road, constructed with stone, and it is the opinion of Railroad men that tlcy an run a train of cars over this 30 miles of road from the connection to thia citv, in tie'' bamc hpacc of time that it takes run a train on the Burlington road over their tru3-! adminis-! part of thainst fcratioaof Preside!* Pierce ha« bwt devoted put there by the principal) v to the removal and app- intment of« jfcj, Fed01*1 officer*, aad ovee in thiN IniHiaDMnPie ar«l on.l able aitvocntrntluui thnt whiuh V-' "ntuM" eur^ the independence of th.- Ju.lici.rr, mi yl" '"*v" nothing ministers mure to the power of tyr- lt»-is ^ut half prepared for the Journey of annvthan a Judiciary whose tenure of ofl»«v% life who take* not with him that friend who based on the will of the executive, renders the will ^••rsake him in no wnergcncy, who will I pon this question the remarks of Ju4ge Cieotility consist notin birth, wealth, man McLean are to the point, lie waitl: new or fashion, but in hi^h sense of honor, in the opinion of mv brethren, they arr not required to e.rpress an opinion as to the power anerted. "It would be difficult to imagine a clearer cms* for a mandamus ry has been paid to the new judge, it has been illegaliv paid, and that "is no reason why it should not be paid to the rightful claimant. "We huvenothing to do with the conduct of the .Judge, nor had the President. The moved from office in that form." Supreme Caurt Daclileat, Jiohert P. Creel Ixilunee of the stockholders. 1 propose that partition limy change the level of any street, We gel up nt once a branch project from thia even uftcr it has been paved* or otherwise City through Augusta aud Denmark to Westi prcjwred for publio use. J'oint, about 2i» mil en, and at the next regi««J vs. r,, ('}*ve The City of Keokuk. Appeal from Lee Co. Affirmed. vf Held— 1. That thecitv of Kookuk is not liable for consequential daumgeH resulting from grading the streets, if the work is performed Wtth skill and prudence. 2. That he who purchases lots situate inn city for the purposes of building, is bound to consider the contingencies whicn may belong to thtrui, buys subject to the power to grade, and is supposed u count the chances of dam ages which nnv result from grading. |»roposes the B*%nroe r.f a Road from Burling ton to West Point with the following strict ures on the Fort M:tdison terminus, uiul the •ditor of the fazette endorses th* scheme With a slight variation in the route. "Since th® recimon of the Lee count v sub scription to this road, by far the heaviest fKirtion of the Kto?k, lies at, and est of i ttnn ]a\ e street is a continuing power, or three millions of dollars realized at one grab! IN Cft I oint and although tori ^ladisou is oni ttint does nut cease the iiioni**ut it lstuer- How much Lmus Napoleon made out of it is the present coutemjilatcd river depot, .nhe cisedj and although the power should never not known, but it is nelievedthe government |ias doue but littb- ior the project, and can he exercised capriciously, or nmm light cir- officials, participated handsomelv in Uii niea funsiMjuentlv have but little contrtd over the cninstjinees. there no doubt but thnt a cor- I affair. Tne t.'redit iMobilier is a great institution, chartered since the reign JaM** 1 c**tvi qu* trust, I or have been nd\ united by some other person as a loan or gift to him. 2. That a party claiming specific perform ance, must snow his full compliance with all the terms of the contract. 3. That the contract must be mutual or a eourt of equity will not enforce performance. 4. That the contract to be enforced must be certain in all its parts, and clearly ascer tained. u,wo»vency bt ing compeUed t«. proct^d over it at a 1 by proceeding aguiti.t the attorney, and if words: Al\nde *Trelief. !\V i^on have always uiost friendly feeling* t'o- vard- Burhngton and her Railroad projects. and all that she asks is to be let alouo in her #wn favorite ones. 7. we that the editor of the Jiawkcye endorse^ the views of his corros ndent, aud falls into the same errors. Tin* is a very pretty quarrel and if it pro gresses, there is a fair chance that the eves tof the people will be np«»ned to fiumbuggery aud selfishness and ]1 afford Wu- & KinH a p' th? liabilities of the firm. U.<p></p>T', Ulg a 1art3 to That ,. n^.i— 11. fuf Jvmen Wi*e and Counsellor at y. Express, MODKHN plaint—that an attorney appeared for him, Stencillers and Stereotpists. and filed a demurrer, which was theoulvde- I »iay be said that Chemists, Editors and alleging that he"had any de- lonoe at law to the action, or anv part of it TkeMNk am earth fceftettfwl as l|||^o*^|pW^rhich 4 'hriatian love for Href sarHe*^ end -rrhfflrsrsUyifcn walks a coun sellor and a friend. No cloud can darken it, for its twin stars are centered in the soul.— storms cannot make it tremble, for it has a tusa\ tiuiy support aud a heavenly anchor.- aroirn I the darkest scenes. kind, Ci.tuing, cm kindlv- Love is repaid with love, and hatred with hatred. Would you hear a sweet aud pleasant echo, speak sweetly and pleasantly yourself. "Don't Ml mf «f mfnvw, Wife inc th man who'll ray, I That when ajp»«J deal's tu bodoae, I -t do the deed to-day W* may command the present If W«- act and uvver wait I Bat repvntauco u the pbaaton ftnd tt to i b( St of our The duties of a Jud-^e of aj Suori.D I 1 Of the past that firnm itKj latt!" do what is right, to ublht.v» unJer ullctrcumstun- I cei,Tt,tmt i8/'1" mercy, and htttably before God." GIVE Territory wr« discharged as independentlv i Kitten, it is pitiful to see how riches hardens and a« free from Executive control a* are the heart of him who raius them. Somo the duties of a Jud^e of this court. This times the man who was liberal while he was Territorial judicial power was intended poor, becomes niggardly as he becomes to be a cheek on the Executive power.— wealthy. The tendency of gain is to nour It would be inconsistent with the principles wifishness if the hand that bestows it in 1 E*°U« only effect, us now maintained, the Territo- ^Kation, he yields to no claim. A man of I reyrct that from the want of ^11B Hort oucv WV 1 v and I think it should be issued. If the sala- to get wealth V Who has kept thv dwelling i safe Who has warded off front thee 1 Wliere God !.• for- GREAT OPERATION.—The 1 1 1 3. Thnt the authority to regulate, level, JuHt think of it, ve operators In Walfcstneet, and pave street is a continuing power, or three millions of dollars realized at one grab! /J0/1 from Ie« Co. Affirmed. ert-jf. Appeal Held 1. That to constitute a resulting tmst in real estate, if to be shown by parol tcstiiuonv, CrntiaATtOK.—The cord Ap- vs. Addirks, «t al. Held— 1. 'I hat a bill of ecpiitv, to wet aside a judgment at law, charging t^int 110 service, ac constructs e, was ever made upon com mentions the following as a few of the employments which have growu up within a century, and were unknown in any previous age of the worid Steam Engine makers, Boiler makers, Clicuiistti. (las-makers, LIghtniug-rod mak ers, Saleratus makers, Type-cutters, Type founders, Telegraphers, Daguerreotvpists, Kailrund men, Tobacconists, Editors, Pen makers. Map makers, Paper rulers, Pencil makers, Philosophical Imtru^cut jbakeis, Tobacco were known prior to the tart sentu-! .. ,, ri P* A*** ,llterally' or that the snm for which the judgment was Honors, 4c., had a smattering of chemistrv, 'it b» rendered wa« not due or thRt he had been de- ^ut the science of chemistry grew up by tiia wmt*. 111. HU acrtse cl choice land prived of making bin defence by the nnun. 1 diecoveries of Itlack. (inv. I Iywa, with fruit treef, thorized appearance of an attorney or that *nd Sir Humphrey Davy. As a scienco, it it hs had exhausted his remedy at law does not u°t not» has a plain and adequate remedy at law. 1.! mysterii By action against the attorney for the wrong ful aopournncc. 2. By motion, within a reas onable time, while th* jadgment rem iff as un executcd, and while there are no intervening DYINO reineilv, then a court tl'Afi been ijuurcil, will va. rerord, vs. Wofcns or rights, and 011 a proper showing, to set aside tiassages of scripture and this desire liaviac the judgment. jUn met, he wan asked by his son-in-law, .. their city- an adequate redrew could, not be obtained else to Which he replied in those emphatro AfipeaL Francis S. Rait, from Lee Co. Affirmed. Held- 1. That in an action brought upnacon tr.u-t required by the Statute of Frauds, to be jin writing, it i« sufficient if the nam« of the P**tj sought to bt charged, appears in any Sakta Audi,—Tin Havana of the National COT- n^er overflows. Kecogniiing no ob- "Other* never give to mo, should I give to others*" infatuated an ,H there none that evsr gives to thee? What hast thou that thou hast not received V 1,0 thee rea»on, than the one before us, prospered thy plaits V Who gave thee power thonaand calamities which have overtaken thv fellows? And art thou indebted to none —hat none a right to thy bounty Wilt thou rob God? Shall he hare no share of what is his own V most magnificent I speculation recorded in modorn times, is one recently made bv Kmile l'eriere, PresMlmt of the Credit Mobllier, of Paris. This distin guished financier entered recently into a ne gt iation with the gas companies now sup I P^PK of them for ?.'»,(MX),(KK francs, or about (100,(HH. lie then procured from tiie Kiupe rora eoncewion or charter of consolidation, converting the whole into one company.— This charter and property he afterwards dis posed of to his company (Credit Mobilier)for the sum of "fraucx, tlMtih realiting a profit of 15,(K)(M)tH.) francs, or $3,00&,(X)U. or *he present Emperor, having a eap'tal of $1-,*00,000, and designed to operate in stocks, merchandise, pajter, property and credit* of every description, it at present holds $100,00^,000 of securities, aiid has in its vault* cu«h values amounting t6$40,0(H), 000. It is said that were it not for the high financial ability of Mr. Periere, its l*rcMident, the stock, which at present rules high, would be selling below 50 per cent, discount.— N. 1 'arts with light, purchasing the whole tmUfHgenctr Mom of ^KHII I P01 Railroad Re C• 1 unau-) discoveries of Black, Gay, Lussau, Levoirer ^luquirsol* ftQu SlF llllUllthr^V TI il W A a Si OiiintinA if isi I a century old. So of Editors. Printing entitled the was disoove^ four centuries sin^e, but Ed- 1 1 o o o e u i y i o s e i e a s o n e w s a e s o o o k a e u i i u u n i w e e 7 a e 80 not Astrologers and dealers K» magic, poi- Ohi'. profession, near a century old, and ,/artc evidenoe that hehad they are the fourth estate uf the MW,A\CTHO\.—It lated that Melancthon, just before tie died, —--p, expressed a wish to hear read some choice or other cause, Sabinus, whether he would have anything nihil, INO KLSK, BI HTAVKN Patt*r—n, Tim ber man & Co. Appeal from lienry _'o. Re versed. Held 1. That a person who i« not only a party to the contract on which suit is brought, but a member of the firm bringing the suit must be regarded a* a person who has a direct, cer tain, lt'gul interest in the suit, aud is an in competent witnet* for the plaintiffs, nowith- With »ut a cloud or enai-- of standing he tnav have before the trial, *ol4 ttrday evening on Main street, near fr,,t ./T ". p^on, and rectaycd1 dock's livery stable, bv a ronnr wo :1}tt lM'rson a lwnd of indemnity airaiiiMt 1 nimprf \farv \f nrint^r o AK«tnfiM*naM anfl a third party a Granger to the record, could not. rVmo^hig uacoinp^teinn. stales i* Anna, Mto President of NeBlco, retina ftroai tbat impoverished «»d Aiseracted eotna* try frtth th^ynng little jbiftmi of seven mi* (toilers. TweftkMc «f this im •mem s um la rmpatod Mp» Wrested ia ataxia and veal estate the Twten States and ?Injf« land, he having succeeded, it is said, in get ting ttro millions of dollar* in hard money out of the eoumtry at the time of his flight. mat. fall Tn ^TAK CLOTlIINtJ STORf f? kuk Alain o rienthal L. Bl.wk I wad the |xw«ww kujKiior (a _r_ *s*» t'hssce re nm, CFFW," NOTH- and shortly after this, he-gradually breathed his last. Well did one who aougfy to embalm his memory in verse, say ''Hi» aim wont down in clou Mew *f\ A**ured U|HII) the morn tori^e, v^- In lowlier array. Hut not like earth'* declining lights vanish liA4«k again to sight .'No hnuntf, n ottinjr am 1 OMI kao#^ w»e In that eUrnal day." P^A man named Sheehan was l^!e^yes Mnd- mueiuoity aguuist named Mary Moriarty, a chambermaid at the Apian House. Both the parties are Irish.— !t appears that the perpetrator of this rash and bloody deed hau been betrayed by the de- ceascd and abandoned. To all her appwnlf I for the justice of marriage he turned, a deaf oar. p«rM», A. ..iwU. knife aad stabbed him twice, killing him al most instantly. In her fraatie cage the po lice were for a while foiled in making aa ar rest, but she presently surrendered hersslf, and was committed to the italilmt, Afoj phis Bulletin, id. atreat.th? K»- H. Straus would re^jvrtfullT call at tention fii the frnttpinn of koobuU a°ni vlrtnlty te. th*: iact that hi ha** iitnutd a od ptrtnershift wit|1 m- tJw beat ektthin(-feMMo«iuCineiguati iJ. Ma- divide hiH Morrows, increase his jovs,^"lift the i f^r the «?le-tp.n aod^Rr-hase ui »t of TH AN ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY, veil from his heart, and throw sunshine at If you love others, thev will love vou. If Ovorroato, fasi* and YVnt* of all! rradn *tv•lP^ and i I vuu /peak kindly to them, they w\ll npenk ^irts. st^ks. Hat, and Cps Trunk, V I iity ha^ n»w a iuj»t ^-oriuivnt »f all i AT Fl.i.,K i„ JHkrt, Uofh Th««^ gvd» have bins «'lert«d wtth earn, and will b* »"ld at a ^roall aiian*v ou «.wt. We ar, dfrraiiuoU lint t« K' undvrxuid by any c*tal)li"b Bi'ut tlii» Mdonf Cincinnati. ouutry merchant* arc particularly invited to call and examiue our sttK-k, tff«.rc pur ha-injt cl«ewhrr. /*'p_17 dl wti if. MRAl'S. T• (•••try MVrchaati.' /^|UR htwk if Hardware and Cutlery i» new (Jaily a arriving and will all bo iu Ktorein a few w.*k». and we *iiull then be atiou of our (took and prn*e«. befurr purrh&^inr BALDWIN. fcVANS A TABLK CO. on hand,ift (TTLKKY —A iaig' atoek jNirted direct 1 •alt- at low prio«- by B.VL1»WL\, KVANS A C». PX'Khffroml'LliR\, t'l over A) patt.rus ju^t re ceived ShotR.'lit. fcngland, ai'd for «ale low by »ep 17 UALi\\ IN, EV'ANfi tr Co. T^ILKfv—W« have retji\ad our Fall upply of ht«« oI *v«ry iawsnptiou, which wo will s«'tl at re duood prictv. UAlJjVVIN, EVANr5 A C. (J IlK'.'l'LAIt SAWS.—Wc al wayi keep on Hand a large iiw.K'k of Circular wrt from tilt n 54 iiwh os diameter, wbifh wr sell at f.»Hrv prieos. »"P 17_ BALDWIN. KVANS A CO. RLby 1!11£B 1'AClilM* aliriivj on iiainl and f"r »al« li.VLDWIN', EVANS A CO. J^OCHKMKK COOPKK'.S'"TlKJl.—Wt~ have eei\wl an assortment nf R. OXformle life, success Who velvet*, grenadine*, ea^hmere*. Ac., which he will make up on the *bortest notice aad in the beat »tyl® to order. The Hulweriber hu also n hand a flue sortroent of shirt*, cravat?, *carfi. eollars. re* Li llarton'h Coojwr's Tooif, a sup jnor article which w- will *fll at Hot lie* ter price*. BALDWIN, KVANS A CO. and ljog Chain.", of all sites. ju«t rtfiv«Hi und by BALDWIN, KVANS A CO. KAD Pipe—A fall anmirttnent atway* on for by. BALDWIN, EVANS A CO. ^UOVKLS and Tongk, 1 all niteit, kind K? ce«, jast received and •ep 17 and pri- i»r aale low by BALDWIN, KVANS A 00. T* tks rtttna* Kctkuk. ^I^f!K KuUcriVn-r would announce to the citiieu* of a Keokuk that he ha« Ju#t roeeived a »tick of K.,Jt "7"" 1 fcMtaad m.«t fuhmnal.le fur gentleman'* able to fu.l -at.Mart,,* thoaa who wear ever brought to Ke. kuk connutniK „i Frincfc i nmige lnatitutiun, and reader it una and Amarx-aji rloth*. caa*imt-rti and ve*tmg« plu*h. t-r. *e|» 17 AMKS JM. TYLKK. Lumker tmr Sale. I.AIUtE lot of dreased yellow pine flooring w»U asoiied. otif hundred thoumnd evprcm gle-, alHo a lot of aiding, low for i sep 17dlm gTANNt'S tr UK Favorit* Authoreaa the 8outh. J.. A new Xovfi hv the Author of "Aloaa" Tl»e "Hiiidrn Path, a aovel hy Marion Harlaad. Tlnmc who have read )t prunouiute it (up^rinr to ("Alone." It i« a more ftni*hed production, yet K. taming all tbe ralho* and naturalixaa or th..- i'lriner one. For sale by CAVE A HON. T"K »HK AND IT STORY—A narrative .r I the young, rtn oe-a»»on of the Juliilee of tbe Brituh aud Foreign Bible Society, for tale by "pli CAVE A SON. MOKNlNtiS WITH JKSt'cC-A leriM «rf""d-v^. tional reading* for the Mna«t and the family. Carefully prepared from fiotet of trrraon* preached by th*' late Kcv. Wm. Uay, of Batli K'.rvaletiy aap 14^ CAVB A HON. MEW FlBfl, Asl Mew Uracery Prarlilaa Ultra. fpHF undersigned hu opcn.sl the largest aod I liem --ieet«i fto«k of tiroeeru-* and I'rovmon* to b~ found in tbe city, at No. fts.lohnoon str#rt, U- twcea Xd and Sd. and are dstfmined r. il on the ui .rt rcaxonable ternui. Kt'HN A DODB0N. BI TTER.—Just racvived, a Supply «f ij. linoi» Tiutter. aep 15 Kl 'IIN A IXJ1S0N. alway* eaa be found at •F^S-pli Kl'HN A IH)D«0N. ATOftJ-—Just receivad 10m tho country, at eept 16 KCHN A IiOI^tN. JOLDKN S\ Hf p, of tbe bt-Jt iiuality can h- had at »ep li Kl'il.N A UODSON. PtRK»epli CIUEK VINMOAK can be had at klilN A l»OOtJON. VAILS.—A fall assartoMnt at ,«'PV» K!*HN A DOEWON. No 7S, johnion *treet, can lx found th« tx^t Tobacco td bo had in the eitv. k i i a i mso.v. MALE. ACRES Laud, within three miles of Keokuk, •ep l^d UBO. Bl SSKLL, At the Ivinii Houae. tmr O 1 lT^in property eoniiiU of twenty-aevfii Svcoad aSrvat, for sate ander tne I woman ln Fall Trada^ FIRST A*»VIA£ Om Hundred aaa ISM. AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW FKJF1IS. COUNTRY MERCHANTS and' uir« atone, tissA Bargain. iM'ril'le ™v vri.™ I /it*f lot* the city uf Keokuk: also for Bale or snVstanlially exchange f..r wotoni property, a good Mill propeaty 80 u tll4f ll,wu building the acre* choice land iu Indiana eeveralloW N»|»er*ilie, county neat of Iu Paga 1harie« Mclmald umx regalar bill of the couuty Iowa, with fruit tree?, t. MsKUimr KINS fell. W1LIC SALE. s Oe- 1 y to Reeve*and Miller, fur the Wb eflt of hi« creditor.-', I ahall, on Saturday, the l.Hh d» of October next, betwean 10 o'clock' A. m., and 1 .i'd.uskt vf Mod d«y, iii front of the premiaea, proceed U *ell at public auction to the birhem bid der, for e»nb iu haiid, the following Keai Estate in the city of lieukuk, nainely: Twenty-ecven fuel of the rear euda of lota five and fix v-»At) in block thir teen, (13) of aaid city, with the building thereon, now i^cd iu a boarding houae, known a« the Kwery Bouse. The fo#t by 1M /rout up feet deep, aad will be offered decree of the Court aiore*aid. SAM. MILLER, Sep. IS. did. SurvivingTrtut«f. SADDUBB AIVD HARNZSS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. L. H. Tl'KXER bail purehaacd tha entire Htoek t'f 8. B. (ioodricu A Co., and will ear ry on the buaine** of Saddle and Ilarneaa making in all ita branchee at the ebop formerly oc cui.ied by J. C. Triuible, No. Wi Main 8tr»ei. Hi* atoek conaiaU of the beet material he found in the ('iiicinnati market, and he can offer iaduce meuts to the trade either at wholesale or retail. WHIPS. He hac al*o every style of whipa, which can be •ad at wholaaalc lower than anywhere elae in thie Particular aMaation given to Repairing. Jobs i -ha doaeat the abort«»»t noiioe, ana in good style. Keokuk, Feb. 13, lS5j.—dAwy. XIEMOVALk SHALL remove my a toe k of Hata, Caps, Furs, Ac., from #4, Main St., to th. next do«r to J. E. Burke, coruer Mniii Hud Tlnnl -treet, wbon I shall he re O iving a large aad complete lUwk of theabore goods of the lat^-st aad noat fashionable atylea. Thaakful for the liberal paSfaeaee Ihuu far beatow ed, aad hoping fur a eoatAaaaaae «f the tec, I »hall always w»*k fur the iatetests St mt v«,i, 11 «astomera and k«p on hand a eoiaplate atuak «f Oooda to auit all pewons in regard to style aad quality. Flease drop »ndexaminepricee andgaalities. Come one, come tlw v A c- «HHLIX)\. Ptsae far Rale! A N"V PBR80.V wanting a good aetnaid haad Pia n», can hs^c go«l banpia naiitas on the anderaigaed immediately, aTsfcc wijaK or at bia roots in Mr. Badu iMMisMtAMt, tetweea Concert aad Hick |.i, AflMliniti' lkpt.Il. ARB RBQIJWTID To Examine my Stock and Priws. A FREP ilED T* SELL to C'AIB Attn snow TIMS stress* fiT0 to Tn per Oast Lower MTaIL MAAUI ,*ort 1 ,W rrU,! aim] b«t a-Hnortment fv*r ofl^rfd her*. Having purr baited my st-*»k of the Saltern Manu facture, at tb«* InwMt Igum, I an a-w prvparrd to •ell Good? at retail as low as my KIVRT competitor* can buy them in the St. !uu and other Weatcrn market*, whieb ia« so ducidisi an advantage that I Aug. 27.—dAwXw able to offer you us iupi. te WEaT POINT COLLKUIATE ICHOOL. an a*jrtuuiit as iau b.- fiund iu any Hardwarv i 'T^HIt^ lastituti is beautifully situated in the House iu the West. Wcrwjwtfully uk an examin- A. villag* of West Point, Lee county, Iowa, which OMI and will sell foods at pnees, against which ao una who purrhaw West cut aueueaefullv aompete. (iKO. CHITTKNDIK. ik decervtdly noUsl for its healthlutm-M, industry, and whol«taome moral and raliginu* iniueac.#. The wur«t of inatrmtiou u«imilar to that pur»u»d iu vur beat Iu^titulioua, and deatgued U qualify both yount: gentlemen and ladut fur auy station in life which thry may tw call«d. The pv«runt«nt will he Ulild and i^arputal. Partieular care will b« given U the health and moral welfare of the pupil*. The Bible will be a stated text book. Although the charter aud onititutiuii fvquire the tearhen u be member* of the Pr»obyl«rian Church, yet the course of inntruirtion will not be »eetarian. Tliere^ WILL LK'three IMSMIODK year of 13 JHT «niiit.n. let iurther particulars enaslre of Shin- •h. Vv HAiflLTOV. waakt in aaeh The first will commence on Monday, Ortobar Sth, ISSi. Term* paid pmnsptly in advane«, «n lea* )y «ix*'ial arrangtiuaui with the |s-iurijjal. AtgliaL fciiemenlary liraBcbet, ^4 Natural .Science* aud iiiat^iry, j, io Lan-uage* atxl higher Mathumatioi, 7 00 Incidental l«e, No student received for 1«m than oaa-^if of any term—aud the highett braoeh ituUi«l dftarminei th« trrade of tuition. It i» vary uuportaat for tboac in tending to enter, to be ptvaent at the opaumg of tha term. li anlinr in retpef table familiM eaa ba had for from $1 ,M U $J,#0 per week—iu ciuhc it eaa U* had muib lower, and if any prefer boarding theawelv* ruon« caii be had in the college building to aliaiud extent. I The principal will he aided by well qtudiied u otant», and be flatter* bim*eif that fro«B hi* paat •ipi-ricne.- ..f *everal years in t^hiug, and being a I **«d«»te of Miami I niveraity, that he will ortl Vr. c. H»LL\I)AT, Angust 11,1&6V—lwvlAUw VAICHALL'I IEVEB AN* ACiri miTiKi:, l^^OR the effectual cure of Chills and Ferer, Inter mittent Fever, Dumb Agar, and Biliioae At tark*. Tbi» preparation hae t^n f..uad, after eite»,ive trial, to be a eertain and *ff,t-tu*l cure for the aboe* di-eajk*. It i* rompoaed entirely of \rgeUblr*ub »taiw*, and eontainn nothing that can art ta)uriu« ly upon the *y*t«at. 1'erMmc while uaing tbi# madi eiae are obliged to lie by, ae the conu«u of oa« bottlr iir'ak!" th'- *hill anil rrjiovM the di»*a»e,—aa4 are nm aff t-Uxl bv npiwure to water or eiekly loral itif*. litiy mure than when in their aaual health aad by taking one or two butti«* more, the patient will And the ap)»'tit reeovrr, (tn-ngtb to aanly tha plaot- of Grutrai ttrtniUn, Aty*r vr«i. irrll. rtatut or fail upon its oten merttt it i« deemed unuece««ary, and ]rpf, r« »aying to tboat' a® nt til, Buy one bottle aad you will have in fallible proof in youraelf. Farmers, Planter*, Mechanic*, and all Laboring Men in *ectiou* country where the abov* disei rrumthe*.- revaii, by adopting it a^ a yrrvrntivt, will U- free attacks iu that *eaion of the year which, whik it JL* tiit uiuet itwkly, i» tlu muKt valuaUa U» thtm. For sals by MOORE A H00PEK. DruggUt-, Agent* toi iii. 18jj.—wly Keokuk, Iowa. The Old Crockery Hooee OY A RE\" A KILBOl KNE i* .till full Uast, and, ar we truat by atriet and honorable dealings, ha« aecured and will retain a largS portion of the uery bnt aet of customer", and in accordance with thi increaiK« o| busines* we are enabled to import our Good* wnscT raov B'xoi.Axr, aad in aucb juantiUea u Uj piacr our houae In a pe tition inferior l'. none, either la Cincinnati, St. Lva ia or Chicago, and hold uuroel*~ee ready to daplieate the saaaon (ram any of the above plaoe*. We are happy to inform our friend* throughout the State, that we have open for iaapeetioa and tale, upward* of 400 Cralea af Crsckerr, together with upwarda of SOS Soxas OLASSWAaa, manufactured to our own patterns, and exprsealy for our own trade. We have alto the moat exteustve as aortinvnt of uiocixe cLsssas ever brought to the 8tate, with all other foods kept la Crooksry koawt. We will he happy to aee any aad all who deaire to purchase goo«U ia oar Hue, *»4 as»uri' tliem if they deal with nt we will do ac well by then* a* we know how. We hare careful pack er*, aad very aeldom baveeomplaiat of brakw ware. Older* respectfully aolicited. Main Street, between 3d aad 4th Btroeta. CARKY A KILBOUI^B. Ksokak, Iowa, Aug. 16, 1W6.—w. Aitsma Bteok! i i i HASnow open a Ineatookof French and ApfN icaa Printed and Plain DeLalnea Plain aad Plaid Merinoea Coburga, Black and Colored Mo hair, lieRagea, Ac., to which he invites the attea tin tbe Ladies, auuring them that the atyle and quality are uasurnassed, aad prioea low ae the aame goods eaa be void in theooantry. Keokuk, Sept. 10. Landes Dftttgherty, IfAaleeate Rrtait BUert (o*ftctionert. MV W Jahasea ttreet, RESPECTFULLYa INFORM tbp public that they have formed partnership for the purpose of carrying on the abovo buainess in all its rarioas hraachee. Cakes, Bread, Crackers, aad Caadles al 'Wl on hand at the luweatprices. A wry article purchaeed iriua us warranted. Oar wagon will be on the track by the l*th of this month, v LAlfUSd A DAUQUKHTY. Sept. 8.—dtf Fill Trade. C'tr aa« *hea at No. 112 Main Street, hctweea Fourth aad VifUu rPHE uadenigned woald respectfully HI the atteation of th Lad lew and (ketie ssen of Keokak and vicinity, to their Aae wd well seleeled atwk of Boots aad Shoes, aaw opened and for aale at the above sstahltshswiat, cea prlsiag afl kind* of Ladies', tieaits', Misses', Boys', ai»«l Children wear, of all styles, grades asid sixes. These good* have been aelected win apociial nlsrvnae to Bsatnees of ityle ami durability, and will ha sold at a very atnall advance above Kastsra eost, as we are determined not to b. undersold by any house ia tbe city. Please give ua a call. Aa exassiaatiun of goods and prices i.i the only favor we ask. Sept. 8, IKSPAKKD U. C. HI IHKAMP A BRQ Para Cs« Livst #U. by K. A C. YamaU A C,. A laras 'apply Jost rceHved by 8^1-4 M0QBS A QWUT A N is Rsaovan TO Third Ckreet, near Mela. 6, 1845.—dljn Morning (Jlory eopy JT. W. J#HNIT#N, TTNDKRTAKKR, Canter of John too aadb^^M, U Thhd Stmt* Oarrias oathe huiiaeas of Undertakiag ia all it beaarfcse. »e ha* recently made extensive addition to hi* stuck and perfected hi? arrange man ta is ev«r depetftonent. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASKS, iaperrioBS te air aad indestructible, highly urn a mmtad Sad iaveluaUe for the preeervatioti of th SAX** ••as of every style PTmtmtnhaad frt a food ertiole tr-de' M*1 «»vt Ike U»- much the lar and tniah fur "fnWniid carriages furninhed, aad the entire ar f«»eral atteuded to when required Keokak. April 11, ma. dy take Ifotice. EICUER hat on aui win furnish to or a* ^isssserman a crlebratod iSK-parator tn Thrssling, Cleaalng, aereeuing aad Bunaf rraii ItwiU F™ U thr"»' and cMaT fr,.n per day, and has taken the pre 2NfW Twk- Msrylaad, Virginia, Iadiaaa, llh 1 Orders will be thankfully received, aa °°*S«*isa»lbas will receive prompt attention, ••"denes «a Fulton Htreat, between Sd and 3d. y. KICHKk. Keakak, April 10, 1856.—dAw. The M0«te city Bet Btover a*»w ijt receipt of a large stock of Hats, Caps, J%r tlaods, pan-hased directly of the maaufae turea aad warranted in atyle aad qaality No 74 M«i« Street Sept. S, ISjS^-d 8. N OOKlilKN A CO. Katrafei the^h^viher, about the last at April, on Stay baak Ally, two year* old, white wane aa* tail. Anv Pomai giving information so that I AKr rPH» of Principal, W e»t Point, Lee county, Iowa. a 1 bissiMM in the H*-ad. and at! other lornu of diM-aM baviag thir origin in Miaama or Malaria, aad 1 The Proprietor atatea. withowt fear of eontradie ti«n, that rAMnatx'a Fgvia aid Asts Mixtcbb hax rff-'tually cured re ftrraon* where it 1mm bee* intrixiucrd, than any other preparation known, and eeuM produce wiv numl .f certi6cato», a» u uxual With imdiritu'.j of thir kind, from thoeaof tbe bi-«t r«»portability. and from eminent phyiciaiu of lT»i la«i-lphia and cImuhere, wh^ presarib.- it in their prm ti 'i' for th«' abv«- dn»«-a^ee, eertifviug to it* u*ual «*tti acy" in curing where other r«-m«iie* hart failed, but a( it ir to cat get aaid ally *hall be amply rewanird for theL fTACV BALDWIN, Binaiafhaa, Van Buren euaty, lb wi -L- €LOTIKIM«4J *4^" WINTK* TRADE I 11 At a rassired a large stork of Ready Mad I. Clothing, tieatlemen Furniahingtioods, Trunks Hal*, Carpet hafi.'T mbrellaf, k*\, which I will ael at W autasALa ami Rsria, at a very small adv ane above Western eeat. Corner of First aad Maia hu *et*- -^AAw N HOFPHKIMKR *a» Fsat Hill. Fast Saw Mill oae aad a half mi lee ahor. A town is aowjln operation with a good etack o Logs. Persona want tag Lumber wilt he f«raiahe on short aattee by leaviag their order* at the oMe, °f K R. A I). W KokD. of wit) WM BROWNT1LL. Keokwh, May 11,1 —dtf dealer ia ry ay pat a high of ARTIST, "l AO!' |K RE A N ANDdeaeripttea eve Dao«Tas»ype Ueods, has received this day dhreft ftma the^aaa faetarm a large a nety uf Papier Machie, Kossath aad UadMap. taaes, afl slse* aad stylee. whieh will far sob •n*aper than e*er br|.(re offered in this market either ta Artiste or illsd with life-like miniMarea thssa at the Sky Lighl ROOM. Augwet is,ma i T* A'^eia'siMta White Lead, pare A No 1. Basw white Kiuc, vary superior, Ziac dryer, great variety, both dr* aad las4L BBt ui •a 1, f, 4. 8 Md UB^aass. ^pal vsridsh, etra aea«alf. 8.1886, mr entirety aad rarioas dM will^sel] chi-aper ttu auy iL«. MOORE A HOOPKR. TTlecrtoiL A I a i e e i n e a o J? on Saturday. tW »dday af l, A. D. l»ii fur the pnrpLee 01 to wit Hhal. theefly of Kgahafc loan u the "Ksokak. eat alee Baiiwad Company the cred %moant not exceediag ooe hua irp the bunds U» he payabl* it nsanag interest at the rate of s»v #l pss esat. paraSnam. Th ier wul alaac afwa their tu-ket« K wjiJ voting f»r the loaa -f\,r tkt Lean. anu ihts votiag against it, upon their tickets, ".iya*i*s' l^M. he ha Id at the following plaees. eC^ytr Wasdj, Ofce of K. i lbturae. '•a- efceof Dr*. Colhne A Pains, Jd H»are ol W tn. Lealie. 4th PlasMcr'» us«. _. i_ o W t? some* fine, for CCIRCULAR KILBOCTtXl, Mayor, kaoknk, 8ept- 7, Ihii.—dtd ITr AM! IXO MAfSlIN K.« ing haackeis Washini IV celebrated Float Machine, for sale by W A 11. TCCKKK. A lot of duubie barrelled shot run/ sate low by W A H. TT7CIUER. MAWS.— All fi«e« of ths St. Loais CircaXar Saw*, smrrantad by w. A H. Tt'CKSR. MAXMBLS, A PCli for Ciicalnr Saw*, fur *al« by W.AH. TUCtER. aee*tas*t of Indies'Kid, Silk aad Lisei MIN'CHELL A (%*8. Iss CramasT at all times prepared to faraiek I a* Grsam (VaaiHaaad Lanoa) to faaailiee ia aa* deeirsdnasawty. Wa will pack it in small frea. J*SL m^ANA.it.viU for twilvt hotn or lofifif V CRW0HT0N A OHM1JR. Jaaa It, ITOfc •»ii* ilA.ii w 1 CAKES AI slHrladl eaa ha had at CRBJoHTON A 0HMER*S. JohaaanStreet. tlc«£' Waw iaali. mstory, romance, life drama, y» nor poet mortem a of aapremeditated extrava pQth«e maliae aloreAeaght, pajsly for hia «wa glori&c4U.ioa(Wyths paid ta her for Ms *va prqJU. J. T. CAVE A BON. op*.third iater- ^•MMkateadkaloagi a o s a s s o f m-^«iS»*,*ic,,|ars eaqalre of 1* LLOYD A CO CAWBMi. I JwieWRw BJaa from Nsw York ait v a v IpaffsasseMMat af#rea«h Caadias. Candies, sask assorted flavors, do do do do do do do do Coavsrsaliaa Lesangee^ s.-.'rr VMtieHTON A OHMER'S sad lea Cream Saloon. fliSDBAflCE. isoaaaca Ooaraar, af Keo- Uy ergaaiasd aaeordkng ta «sd having raaaivad sad taken premiam notes iIM,8M, ia aaw prenared er class of risks, for thrss: aad for oaa year premiam, *ac mem Tnan. tors. E. H. Harrisan* h, E. ft. Purd, age, Wm. F. Tarasr, arskam. Oamsslttee. K arber, John MeCaae, I. Smyth. J. W. Baakin, Tioa Pras* H. Haniaas, Ti^a 'r. story. it bottu by MQftMAMoawm 1L* ttW'